WNYC News The Hudson Is Full of Tiny Plastics. And You May Be Too.

Every hour, hundreds of thousands of tiny plastic pieces — each one roughly the size of fine glitter — pour out of the Hudson River and into the ocean. Scientists fear that the particles, and the toxic chemicals that bind to their surfaces, are entering the human food chain via the fish we eat.

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